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Cinderella

Hard rock band Cinderella gained success in the mid-'80s, turning out a series of million-selling albums and hit singles while placing music videos in heavy rotation on MTV. By the mid-'90s, the group's mass popularity had subsided due to professional setbacks and perceived changes in taste. But they continued to tour regularly well into the 21st century.

Cinderella was founded in Philadelphia, PA, in 1983 by singer/songwriter/guitarist/keyboardist Tom Keifer (born January 26, 1961) and bassist Eric Brittingham (born May 8, 1960), who quickly added lead guitarist Jeff LaBar (born March 18, 1963). Guitarist Michael Kelly Smith and drummer Tony Destra were also early members of the band, but they left in 1985 to form Britny Fox. Cinderella then added drummer Jody Cortez and continued as a four-piece. Insisting on playing original material, they performed in clubs and bars in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and in 1985 Jon Bon Jovi caught one of their shows. He was sufficiently impressed to alert his record company, Mercury, which signed the band. Their debut album, Night Songs, was released in June 1986. Shortly after its completion, Cortez left the band and was replaced by Fred Coury (born October 20, 1964). The LP was not an immediate success, but it gained momentum gradually while the band toured extensively as an opening act to promote it. It broke into the Billboard chart in July, and the track "Shake Me," although it failed to chart as a single, got enough radio attention to turn up on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart in August. On October 1, the album was certified gold. That month, Mercury released a second single, "Nobody's Fool," accompanied by a music video that earned play on MTV; it broke into the charts in November and peaked at number 13 in February 1987. Its success further stimulated sales of the album, which was certified platinum in December 1986 and broke into the Top Ten by the end of the year; it peaked at number 3 in February 1987, and that same month was certified double platinum. In April, Mercury released a third single, "Somebody Save Me," which peaked at number 66 in May. (The album was certified triple platinum in May 1991.)

Having broken through to popular success with Night Songs, Cinderella returned with their second album, Long Cold Winter, in July 1988. Radio initially focused on the track "Gypsy Road," giving it a Top 20 ranking in the Album Rock Tracks chart, but Mercury did not release it as a single at first (although in the U.K., where it was released as a single, it charted). Instead the power ballad "Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)" was released as a single in August, and it peaked at number 12 in November. The album reached number ten in September, the same month it was certified gold and platinum simultaneously, with a double-platinum certification following in November. (It was certified triple platinum in January 1997.) As the group continued to tour relentlessly through 1988 and 1989, Mercury broke more singles from the LP. "The Last Mile," released in December, peaked at number 36 in March 1989; "Coming Home," released in March, hit number 20 in June; and "Gypsy Road," finally put on 45 a year after the release of Long Cold Winter in July 1989, and backed by a live version of the Rolling Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash," got to number 51 in September.

Again, Cinderella came off the road and spent a year crafting its third album, Heartbreak Station, which appeared in November 1990. Although it was a hit out of the box, going gold in January 1991 and platinum in February, the album encountered more resistance than the band's previous efforts, peaking at number 19, with no multi-platinum certifications forthcoming. Leadoff single "Shelter Me" peaked at number 36 in February, and the title song reached number 44 in April. More disturbing than this mild commercial disappointment, however, were problems within the band. Coury departed, and Cinderella initially replaced him with Kevin Valentine, then hired noted session drummer Kenny Aronoff temporarily before bringing in Kevin Conway. Then, after the U.S. leg of the Heartbreak Station tour had ended and the band was gearing up to go to Japan in 1991, Keifer woke up one morning and found he couldn't sing. Doctors initially were unable to figure out what was wrong, but a specialist finally diagnosed paresis of the laryngeal nerve controlling the left vocal cord. Keifer was forced to undergo two throat operations, followed by extensive therapy. Cinderella managed to put a track, "Hot and Bothered," on the chart-topping Wayne's World soundtrack, released in February 1992, but otherwise the band was out of commission for an extended period of time.

In the meanwhile, fashions changed. Cinderella had been part of a "pop-metal" movement including Bon Jovi, Great White, and Ratt, who preceded them, as well as Poison, the enormously popular Guns N' Roses, and L.A. Guns, who followed them. But when "grunge" rockers Nirvana, boasting a neo-punk style, broke through to success in the fall of 1991 with their album Nevermind and single "Smells Like Teen Spirit," the record labels suddenly became enamored of their stripped-down approach. Suddenly, instead of the teased and blown-dry coiffures and skin-tight stage costumes of the pop-metal bands, it was the dirty-hair-falling-in-the-face, flannel-shirt-and-jeans look of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain that was all the rage. Soon, the pop-metal groups were written off with a new epithet, dismissed as "hair metal" bands. By the time Keifer & Co. finally emerged with the fourth Cinderella album, Still Climbing, in November 1994, it could only manage to spend one week at number 178 before disappearing. Mercury promptly dropped the band.

Cinderella's touring opportunities also dried up, and while the group did not formally disband in 1995, it became inactive for lack of offers. Keifer moved to Nashville in 1997 and worked on his songwriting, eventually getting cuts on albums by Andy Griggs and Lynyrd Skynyrd. By 1998, there was enough interest by promoters for Cinderella to reunite (with Coury rejoining) for a tour. On October 2 and 3, they appeared at the Key Club in Hollywood, CA, and recorded the show for an album, Live at the Key Club, released on Cleopatra's Dead Line label in July 1999. Unfortunately, the disc was also licensed out to other labels over the years and has confused consumers by also appearing under the titles In Concert and Live From the Gypsy Road. Meanwhile, Cinderella had been signed to Sony's Portrait label by famed record executive John David Kalodner, who was also signing other hard rock bands of the '80s. But initial Portrait releases were not successful, and Cinderella's contract was canceled. Nevertheless, a faithful fan base supported continuing road work by the band, which reunited in the summer of 2000 for a tour with Poison, followed by a second outing by the two groups in 2002. In 2005, VH1 sponsored the Rock Never Stops package tour, which Cinderella headlined, supported by Ratt, Quiet Riot, and Firehouse, with dates extending through the summer. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Live At The Keyclub

1. The More Things Change (Live)

2. Push, Push (Live)

3. Hot And Bothered (Live)

4. Shelter Me (Live)

5. Night Songs (Live)

6. Somebody Save Me (Live)

7. Heartbreak Station (Live)

8. The Last Mile (Live)

9. Coming Home (Live)

12. Nobody's Fool (Live)

13. Gypsy Road (Live)

14. Shake Me (Live)

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Track List: Heartbreak Station

1. The More Things Change

2. Love's Got Me Doin' Time

3. Shelter Me

4. Heartbreak Station

5. Sick For The Cure

6. One For Rock And Roll

7. Dead Man's Road

8. Make Your Own Way

9. Electric Love

10. Love Gone Bad

11. Winds Of Change

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Track List: Long Cold Winter

1. Bad Steamstress Blues Fallin Apart At The Seams

2. Gypsy Road

3. Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)

4. The Last Mile

5. Second Wind

6. Long Cold Winter

7. If You Don't Like It

8. Coming Home

9. Fire And Ice

10. Take Me Back

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Track List: Night Songs

1. Night Songs

2. Shake Me

3. Nobody's Fool

4. Nothin' For Nothin'

5. Once Around The Ride

6. Hell On Wheels

7. Somebody Save Me

8. In From The Outside

9. Push, Push

10. Back Home Again

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Track List: Rocked, Wired & Bluesed: The Greatest Hits

1. Night Songs

2. Shake Me

3. Nobody's Fool

4. Somebody Save Me

5. Bad Seamstress Blues / Fallin' Apart At The Seams

6. Gypsy Road

7. Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)

8. The Last Mile

9. Long Cold Winter

10. If You Don't Like It

11. Coming Home

12. The More Things Change

13. Shelter Me

14. Heartbreak Station

15. Winds Of Change

16. Blood From A Stone

17. Hot And Bothered

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It's really a shame how this band is underrated. Not as underrated as Pretty Boy Floyd, but underrated. I love this band. They're so awesome and true metal
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Oh yeah!!!
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Cinderella.. . . . . . . . . T o m Keifer.....y u m
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Give Me a Good Time.....& I Seen Them......Sh a k e Me......all. . n i g h t . . . X x x x O o o o o o
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I seen Cinderella .........I was late.....the y were. The show....it was great......b e t t e r late than Never......X x x x x O o o o o
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Something about the full rock and roll sound of awesome heavy guitar strong banging drums, and a screamer lead vocalist!!! Get Some
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You got that Right Tracey
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I'm with the other posters....I ' m 52 and I agree..... Nothing comes close in this New Age music
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I'm still a Hair Band follower. Thanks to Pandora. I go to the station I created. Needless to say, I named it Cinderella station. It plays the same like bands I know and love.
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Sorry this is not Leah its her old longhaired husband.
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I am 53 and I don't care what anybody says I still have my long hair and think the so called hairbands blow all of this new s**t out of the water .give me some good old Tesla and Cinderella any day.
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damm im 50 already seems like this came out a few years ago and I was a kid .still sounds better then anything new ....
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U just don't know;))
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TOM TOM TOM!!!! Love me some Cinderella!
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Care to elaborate?
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wayneolippes
if u don't have a clue, to know what to do,,, your out.
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my fav Cinderella song
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Ryan. My
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YAH!!!!!!
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Who sings heartbreaker station
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Hey if it werent for robert plant and jim page solo stuff id. LISTEN TO MORE OF YA ALLO
LOVE TOM
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milosdad
Cinderella, Tesla and Great White back in the mid 80's. AHHHH, the hairspray.
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Great band! I stopped listening to them for many years now I'm back, a proud middle-aged 80s hairband fan.
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long live cinderella
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A lot of people should listen too this song very carefully
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My favorite band of the era without a doubt
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Cinderella hit it out the ballpark with this song great ballad
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Good rocking music by Cinderella.
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Saw these guys in concert. They rock,I can remember them saying Jeff laBar couldn't play well he did a awesome solo still remember it well
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chriscarlson 8 1 2
Say iPhone 5 times then say a color post this on 2 other songs look under your pillow their will be an iphone.
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msilvermerli n
saw them a couple of time in the 80's.... really great band live.. 1st time they opened for Bon Jovi and they were way better, sorry Jon, 2nd time they were headlineing, would like to see them again...
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Great band! I like bands that do incorporate blues into their songs.
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AC/DC RULES....... b u t Cinderella is a close second for me. Tom Keifer was a hottie!
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Gotta love Cinderella
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my mom likes cinderella but not me.
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Great band! One of my favorites!
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theoliveoyl
love em
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Mfijut0 is nothing but a fruit cake let me know when you borrow your boyfriend balls and meet me some where I'll knock the s**t out of you fruit cake!!you ain't s**t!!
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Hey April, opinions are like a**holes,eve r y o n e ' s got one. And then there are just a**holes! Don't let that dude bug ya.
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Nobody's Fool, Classic Cinderella. Seen em many times. Great musicians. Btw mfijuto don't f**kin worry about my occupation it pays very well, and if someone like u comes in my wk u would go out on ur f**kin a** quick. Get a f**kin life and back off with ur f**kin comments u dick. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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There u go again mfijuto , it sucks being u 2 I bet. Ur a f**kin piece of work man,, Really, , I bet ur sorry a** lives with mommy and daddy in a basement. U should really get a life. Ur f**kin opinion or comments about me don't f**kin matter an no one really cares. Back the f**k off is my advice 2 u. Ur such a f**kin idiot.
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Bach Home Again!
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mfijut0
Wow it sucks being a bartender no work!
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Night Songs Classic Cinderella, , luv this band. Tommy might look old as hell but he's still hanging. Saw Cinderella many times. Great album. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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gotta dvd "Live in Detroit"1991 . blows out the windows on the 5.1. cranked
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Love this band
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Coming Home: So, question: Slow dancing to Cinderella.. . H a v e you ever done it??? :-)
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christian19m . g a r y 7 1
F'n A. Saw them with Queens Ryche!
2 of my faves! Rock On My Fellow Dudes! \m/
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jerrycndlr
Those are the 80's baby
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so many love lost songs out there.
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